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Best Places to do Yoga in Los Angeles

Updated for 2024

Yoga is so hot right now, even if you’re not doing Hot Yoga. Looking for a great place to take yoga in Los Angeles? We’re here to help. Goat Yoga, Puppy Yoga, Corepower Yoga, Bikram Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Acro Yoga, Iyengar Yoga — Los Angeles has them all, and probably at least 5 more kinds we’ve never heard of.

Whether you’re looking to begin a yoga practice, return to a yoga practice, or further your yoga practice, you’ll find a studio or a special yoga event on our list that meets your needs. We have yoga on the beach, yoga in the park, hot yoga, and the best yoga studios in Los Angeles!

People doing yoga in the park in Los Angeles
Photo courtesy of Grand Park

Gloria Molina Grand Park’s Wellness Break
Grand Park
200 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012

Every Wednesday and Friday from 12:00 pm to 12:45 pm, there’s something new to look forward to, no matter your skill level, at lunchtime Downtown: Grand Park’s popular yoga sessions are now year-round! Led by L.A.’s best yogis in Grand Park, participants have the opportunity to relax, rejuvenate, and re-energize.

On the third Thursday of each month they offer a Wild Card Series that includes classes like Zumba, Tai Chi, Chair Yoga, and more. All classes will take place on the park’s scenic performance lawn between Grand Ave. and Hill St.

SoHo Yoga
Two locations including:
Studio Class — 1242 Hermosa Ave., Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
Outdoor Beach Yoga — 14th St. & The Strand, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254

SoHo Yoga offers both heated and non-heated studio yoga classes as well as outdoor beach yoga. SoHo Yoga believes yogis of all levels should be able to experience everything that yoga has to offer. A variety of classes are offered that should fit into anyone’s schedule. Classes last 30, 45, 60, and 75 minutes and are available for all levels. Check the website for further details.

Yogazan (formerly Yogaraj)
2901 Ocean Park Blvd., Ste. #121, Santa Monica, CA 90405

Yogazan believes that yoga lifts your spirit, opens your heart, sharpens your mind, nourishes your body, and provides a much-needed training ground for the everyday trials of being human. They offer a variety of classes as well as a new student trial offer of 10 days of unlimited yoga for $20. Sign-up online. Check the website for parking information.

Black Dog Yoga
11423 Moorpark St., Studio City, CA 91602

If you live in the Studio City area and are looking for a yoga studio, then look no further than Black Dog Yoga. At Black Dog Yoga, you’ll find an eclectic mix of yoga styles suitable for all levels from beginners to advanced. They offer more than 50 classes each week that are generally about 55 minutes in length including Basics, Candlelight Flow, Gentle Flow, Hatha, and more. Check the website for details about their new student special.


Harmony Yoga
901 N. Pacific Coast Hwy., Unit #100, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

At Harmony Yoga, visitors “can expect uniformly well-rounded, creative, quality classes instructed in a nurturing, non-completive, and safe environment.” The studio has been a South Bay favorite since opening in 1999. They strive to help visitors find and maintain the three “h’s” — Health, Happiness, and Harmony. In addition to a number of adult classes, Harmony Yoga also offers kids classes (for ages 3–8). Keep in mind they do not have showers on site.

People doing yoga on the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles
ROGA on the Santa Monica Pier

Wellness and Waves — This event ended in November 2023
Santa Monica Pier
401 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401

If you’re looking to get in a free workout and, at the same time, enjoy the sound of the waves crashing on the beach of the Pacific Ocean, check out Wellness and Waves on the Santa Monica Pier. You’ll experience yoga on the Santa Monica boardwalk from a different instructor each Saturday starting in October and continuing into November. Check the website for more information.

Note: While this event ended in November of 2023. We anticipate that it will resume in the fall of 2024.

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Love Yoga — currently closed due to construction
835 Lincoln Blvd., Venice, CA 90291

Love Yoga is about participation and well-being. Their studio offers classes combining “perspective shifting dialogue” and “atypical yoga moves mixed in with the classic postures.” Classes are designed for all levels and include Yoga Nidra and Restorative, among others. 

Boheme Yoga (formerly Evoke Yoga)
731 S. Spring St., Ste. 600, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Boheme Yoga is a popular yoga studio in Downtown Los Angeles. It holds a variety of classes, so whether you’re looking for a restorative yoga session, a high-intensity yoga session, or something in between, you’ll find a class that fits you. Keep in mind, that there is no official parking here. You can find metered parking spots on surrounding streets or park in a lot a few blocks away for a flat rate. Check the website for information regarding their new student special of 1 week of unlimited yoga for $25.

Red Diamond Yoga

Two locations:
3500 Overland Ave., Ste. 210, Los Angeles, CA 90034

11955 Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066

At Red Diamond Yoga, “compassion is our priority. Your needs are unique and we want you to honor those needs on your mat.” As such, you’ll find a large selection of classes whether you’ve never practiced yoga before or are simply returning to a yoga practice. Additionally, a kids’ yoga class is also available. Red Diamond Yoga is housed in a 4,000-square-foot facility and features 3 practice rooms. 

LiveYoga Wellness
6700 W. 83rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90045

LiveYoga Wellness “combines the physical and philosophical teachings of yoga to empower students on their journey of personal growth, physical recovery, and healing.” The studio opened back in 2010 and since then has become quite popular in the Westchester community. You’ll find students of all ages, levels, and abilities there. A variety of classes are offered including Mixed Level Flow, Prime of Life Yoga, and Therapeutic Yoga to name just a few. 

Kinship Yoga
5612 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042

You’ll find Kinship Yoga in the Highland Park area of town. Repeat visitors speak highly of the friendliness of everyone there and the ease of parking. You’ll find a large variety of classes and workshops there including prenatal yoga, bilingual classes (in Spanish and English), hot yoga, kids classes, and more. 

You’ll find Peace Yoga Gallery, a 4,000-square-foot “oasis of peace and life”, in Downtown L.A. Peace Yoga’s mission is “Live Yoga, Live Food, Live Art, Live Music, Live People.” In addition to yoga classes, you’ll find a raw food bar, an art gallery, live music in many classes, and more. Check the website for pricing information, and don’t let finances stop you from practicing yoga. Peace Yoga offers a special program involving selfless service and work trade – giving your time and energy in exchange for yoga. 

Yoga House 
11 W. State St., Pasadena, CA 91105

If you live in Pasadena, you’ll want to check out Yoga House. Yoga House has been a popular spot in Pasadena since 1997, at a time when there was no full-time yoga studio in the area. They offer a wide range of classes and styles including therapeutic yoga (for those living with cancer), Ashtanga, yoga for arthritis, yoga for kids, restorative yoga, pre-natal yoga, and much more.

CorePower Yoga
Multiple locations including:
831 S. Hope St., Los Angeles, CA 90017

CorePower Yoga has more than 200 studios across the country. CorePower Yoga describes their version of yoga as “unlike any other. You’ll work every muscle and every emotion to change your body and your life.” Most of the classes are heated, ranging from beginner to advanced, and include yoga with weights. For anyone new to CorePower, first-timers can try it for free for a week (check the website for current specials).

One Down Dog
Multiple locations including:
319 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
2150 Colorado Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90041
5531 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

There are three locations of One Down Dog — in Echo Park, Eagle Rock, and East Hollywood. This female-owned yoga studio features lots of music, moving, laughing, and dancing in their “unique, upbeat, feel-good yoga classes.” Classes are flow-based, set to music, and offered for all levels. One Down Dog offers a Baby and Me session (for newborns and babies up to 18 months old), Core, Beginner’s, Prenatal, Meditation, and more. They offer a new student special as well as gift cards.

Round Willow Yoga (formerly The Green Yogi)
3504 Highland Ave., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Round Willow Yoga, formerly The Green Yogi, in Manhattan Beach, has received the distinction of being voted (five different times) “best yoga studio” by Southbay Magazine and Easy Reader. This “eco-chic power yoga studio” offers classes featuring music, designed for all levels, and most are around 60 minutes in duration. Additionally, the studio strives to be environmentally conscious — including paperless check-in and registration — and all studio waste is 100% recyclable. Check the website for information regarding their introductory specials.

Yoga at the Raven
2910 Rowena Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90039

Yoga at the Raven is a “boutique studio in the heart of Silver Lake” that offers classes that emphasize “breath, alignment, and biomechanics.” A range of classes are offered there including Basics, Core Awakening, Yoga Tune In and Tune Up, and Restorative Yoga, to name a few.

Laughing Frog Yoga
12217 Santa Monica Blvd., Ste. #205, Los Angeles, CA 90025

You’re sure to have a good time at Laughing Frog Yoga. “Whether you’re here to stretch, sweat, or just unplug from your day — we’ve got a yoga class for you.” Yoga students of “all levels, all experiences, and all open minds” are welcome.  A variety of yoga styles are taught here including yoga for beginners, yoga with live music, power flow, and restorative yoga. Additionally, Laughing Frog is the only yoga studio in L.A. offering both goat yoga and puppy yoga. Check the website for details about their new student special.

YogaWorks — online only

The first YogaWorks studio opened in Santa Monica in 1987. Now, you’ll find that YogWorks is offering classes online only. YogaWorks strives to serve all — from beginners to advanced yogis to everyone in between. They offer a variety of yoga classes including Vinyasa, Restorative, and more. Check the website for a new student offer.

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Yoga Circle Downtown
San Fernando Building Lobby
400 S. Main St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

Yoga Circle Downtown has been welcoming yogis since 1999. All classes are “designed to be inclusive, challenging and accommodating for practitioners across mixed levels.” Yoga Circle Downtown is a donation-based studio offering a variety of classes including a beginners’ class Alignment and Breath, Mixed Level Flow, Moonlight Yoga, Yoga and Meditation, and more.

Liberation Yoga
1288 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90019

Liberation Yoga has been a popular spot on La Brea Avenue for 14 years — although now it is in a new location a bit further south than its original La Brea site. A variety of classes are offered for all students at all levels. Specialized classes include Family Yoga, Toddler Yoga, Pre/Post Natal, Gentle Restorative, and Teen Girls Yoga to name a few.

Wendy Kennar is a mother, writer, and former teacher who has lived her entire life in the same Los Angeles zip code. You can read more from Wendy at her website where she writes about books, boys, and bodies (living with an invisible disability).

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